Category Archives: Fiction

Call of the Wild Café

It was opening night at the Call of the Wild Café. It was more of a traditional sit-down restaurant, than a café, but the owners hoped no one would really notice. The staff had worked tirelessly to prepare the inside … Continue reading

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The Dining Room

“It’s a quarter to twelve, and a nickel to five. It’s a quarter to twelve, and a nickel to five.” Ribble the waiter repeats this to himself as he walks into the dining room and gives a quarter to a … Continue reading

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When The Phone Rings (Fiction)

It was Halloween night in the town of Hicklebury. The college students living there called it, The Bury – where good grades go to die. It was the kind of town where the weekend started on Thursday and the seat next … Continue reading

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The Squirrel Chase

The other day, there were two squirrels (squirrli?) in my backyard. Both of them were, seemingly, minding their own business. And then one squirrel started chasing the other. It looked like something straight out of a Cops episode. I know why … Continue reading

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It Was Probably Nothing

NOTICE: This piece of fiction is the official sibling (it’s not a sequel; you’ll see what I mean) to my post from Wednesday – It Was Nothing. Which means, you must read that post first in order to understand what is … Continue reading

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It Was Nothing

“Pizza! Pizza! Pizza! Pizza! Pi…no! Not that one! Keep going, keep going, keep going…” The boy bit his lower lip and scrunched his eyebrows, as the Wheel Of Opportunity (WOO) started to slow down. It was a typical friday night at home … Continue reading

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